Using eDushi, meaning eCity in Mandarin, you can search for real information about 30 Chinese cities using virtual maps. The company also hopes to add 100 more virtual maps by the end of this year. Apart from allowing users to look for information on the existing maps, eDushi lets them build interactive maps in basic 3D, adding comments and information. For example, one user might write a map entry about hotels in Shanghai, and others might make comments that help to build out the map. The website claims nearly 200,000 visits per day.
CEO: Pang Xiaowei
Location: Hangzhou, China
Funding: Not disclosed (founders)